12 Ways Job Hunting is Like Dating

I have an art degree, so the fact that I’ve spent more of my non-college adult life job hunting than actually working should surprise no one. In fact, the jobs I’ve had were all earned almost entirely with self-taught skills. The point is…I’m no stranger to unemployment, which means I’m no stranger to rejection in the professional world. I’m an American male, which means I’m also no stranger to rejection in the dating world. In Raymond voice this Valentine’s Day article outlines the similarities between job hunting and dating from the male dating perspective, though most, if not, all of these also apply to women who are actively dating and/or job hunting.

7 Memorable Dating App Bios I've Read

I thought I’d begin Valentine’s Day on a lighter note. If you read my previous blogs you’d know I’m no stranger to dating apps. After all, I design apps and websites for a living and I’m a nerd who doesn’t like to approach women, which means dating apps and I were destined to cross paths. I bring you the seven most memorable info sections I’ve come across. Honestly, these probably sounded funnier in my head than they will in yours, but here they are, nonetheless.


Time travel twenty years into the past all the way back to the days leading up to the 1996 presidential election. Tell those Americans of mid-90s past that exactly twenty years from then, we will decide whether the World Series champion Chicago Cubs will be welcomed to the White House by President Hillary Clinton or by President Donald Trump a year after the first black president welcomed the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers to the White House. Have fun deciding what part of that previous sentence is the least believable to typical mid-90s Americans.

What Your War on Bandwagon Fans Really Means

If you have a reasonable number of Facebook friends, your feed has likely been flooded with posts by disgruntled sports fans accusing local teams of having bandwagon fans just as those teams ascend to greater levels of success within a given sport. It comes as no surprise that with two Bay Area teams each competing in the championship rounds of their respective sports, the bandwagon witch-hunt is in full swing.

CA Primary: Politician or Principle?

If you read nothing beyond this sentence then I have just one point to make: are you voting for a person or are you voting for a principle? My main goal this primary season and election cycle is not to argue policy or ram down the throats of my readers the reasons my candidate is “better.” As a psychology enthusiast, my main goal is to create a spark of self-realization by asking you to be honest about why you support who you do.